As our communities begin to reopen various businesses, and school districts begin to develop school reopening plans, we too have made plans for our Head Start preschool classrooms to reopen in August 2020. We developed meticulous COVID-19 disinfecting protocols and put other safety measures in place to ensure we reopen safely and responsibly to protect the safety of children families and staff. To read our preschool reopening plan, along with COVID-19 safety protocols, please go to the services tab then scroll down to the services during COVID-19 tab.
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This page will be used to provide you with general updates for the Coronavirus (COVID19) crisis, along with specific information and announcements from leaders and educators with MHS.
The Soft Closure, as mandated by the Governor, has been extended through the end of the school year. MHS educators will continue to offer virtual lessons and grab n' go lunches will continue to be offered to enrolled students.
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Today, Governor Herbert announced in an executive order, that until May 15, a tenant may defer a rental payment and a landlord cannot initiate eviction proceedings.
In a separate order the ban on dining in restaurants has been extended through April 15th.
Grab and go lunches will not be served during the scheduled Spring Break (4/6 - 4/10). Lunches will resume on Monday, 4/13.
Grab 'n Go Lunches now available for our students at all of our Centers. This option includes lunch, breakfast, and a snack; all three can be picked up at the same time.
All centers except Saratoga and Orem can pick up meals between 11-12. Saratoga and Orem are handing out meals between 9-10.
Parents: Please let us know ahead of time if you are planning to pick up a lunch so that we can have it ready for your child.
Governor Herbert issues Stay Safe, Stay Home directive to encourage Utah residents to take extra precautions and prevent further spread of the coronavirus.
This is neither a quarantine, nor a stay at home order, but rather a specific request by government officials to abide by directives given by local health agencies.
Yes, we just ask that you notify your Center that you plan to pick up lunches for your child so that a lunch will prepared and ready for them when you arrive.